From Dr. B. Yeah, it can be like herding cats; then again, as any cat person knows, it’s actually not all that difficult to get cats to do what you want, as long as you don’t treat them li
John Quiggin catalogues Insty’s history with Moqtada Al Sadr. Long story short, Sadr managed to fall off the radar screen both of Insty and the administration sometime in 2004, yet is now one of
Busy day today, so I direct you to these fine posts: In yet another vindication of the yoosta-bees who deride liberals who have actually remained liberals for failing to perceive the Bush administrati
Congratulations to frequent commenters JRD and MJD on the birth of Andrew Michael Dudas. If there’s one thing this world needs, it’s another Dudas.
While wandering Wikipedia, I discovered this interesting fact; only eighty-two veterans of World War I are still alive. I suppose that this shouldn’t be particularly surprising, given that the y
Atrios is quite right; while liberals tend to believe that taxes should be high enough to pay for expenditures, and also tend to believe that a well funded, stable state can usefully fulfill a number
I’m not surprised that someone would write a post claiming that Anne Lamott’s superb piece is “intolerant.” Yes, because calling women who get abortions “murderers”
In addition to the legal quirks, the recent 6CA case about the (nearly successful) efforts by the state to force an abortion clinic to close provides a good window into the strategy of incrementally d